"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Monday, August 29, 2011

Texas governor in Oklahoma, to appear with Sen. Jim Inhofe (Indorsement)

Senator Inhofe said last week that he was going to endorse Governor Perry on Monday which will happen at a news conference this afternoon in Tulsa.  What a way to start fundraising in Oklahoma -- get an endorsement from Senator Inhofe.  There was no doubt that Jim Inhofe was going to endorse the Governor as they are on the same page with the 'junk science' of Global Warming.  

Oil and gas producers are going to step up to the plate in Oklahoma for Governor Perry as they know he is someone who will reign in the EPA and some of their regulations trying to shut down oil and gas production.  The United States needs some new refineries but the EPA rules have made that next to impossible.  What the EPA does not understand is that new refineries would be more environmentally friendly but with their rules, it is cost prohibitive to build a new refinery.  All they needed to do was work with the oil producers but no they have become the dictator on what can be done right in line with Obama's method of governing.

One bill that Governor Perry signed this June requires that any chemicals using in the fracking drilling process be disclosed to the public so that harmful chemicals will not get in the ground water supply.  The Governor is someone is believes in the United States needs to be more self sufficient with increasing domestic oil and gas production while also protecting the environment as the same time.  In this part of the Country that is known as a 'common sense.'   The tactic of the Obama Administration is put in as many regulations as possible to shut down domestic oil and gas production not work with them.
Texas governor in Oklahoma, to appear with Sen. Jim Inhofe

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSPublished: August 29, 2011 
TULSAU.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe will join Texas Gov. Rick Perry for an announcement in Tulsa.

Perry recently announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. Inhofe said last week that he supports Perry's campaign for the GOP nomination.

The two Republicans have scheduled a news conference for 2 p.m. Monday in Tulsa. Perry also is planning to attend fundraisers in Oklahoma during the day.

Gov. Mary Fallin says she's spoken with Perry but isn't ready to endorse a candidate. Fallin told the Tulsa World that Perry telephoned her last week to tell her that he would be visiting Oklahoma.

Read more:  The Oklahoman

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